Choose a course that suits your needs

Choose a course that suits your needs

Bachelor Programmes

Undergraduate studies for foreigners last 3 years (6 semesters). During the studies every student undertakes practical placement. Completing the course requires defending a Bachelor’s thesis, after which a graduate obtains a Bachelors degree.

Undergraduate studies at the College of Education and Therapy are an opportunity to:

  • acquire a degree in higher education in eight semesters
  • start a professional career and continue education at graduate (Master’s) studies or postgraduate diploma programmes
  • acquire broad specialist knowledge
  • gain valuable skills through practical placement

Studying at the College of Education and Therapy allows you to choose a course that suits your needs best:

  • traditional undergraduate (Bachelor’s) course
  • extended undergraduate (Bachelor’s) course

Modes of education

Students are able to choose a convenient mode of education:

  • a part-time course (12 weekend sessions per semester, starting from Friday 3.30 PM to Sunday afternoon) is perfect for working people who want to acquire a degree in higher education during free weekends


The College of Education and Therapy executes curricula specified by the education standards of the Ministry of Science and Higher Education for undergraduate studiesDental HygieneCosmetologyDental Technology. The curricula include general education subjects, elementary subjects (I and II semester), subjects related to the chosen major (mainly III and IV semester), specialist subjects (usually V semester) and foreign languages.

Detail information on practical placement are available under the Student / Department of Practical Placement tab.


The ECTS system is used in the College of Education and Therapy in Poznań in all offered programmes of study.

ECTS credits assigned to a given subject, expressed as a numerical value, are a measure of a workload a student needs in order to credit the subject. The credits are a relative measure of a student’s workload, as they describe what part of the overall work in a given academic year can be allocated to a given subject in a given field of study to which a certain number of credits is allocated.

The credits are awarded by an academic teacher following the conformation of the achievement of learning outcomes in terms of knowledge, skills and social competences assumed by a given subject.

European Credit Transfer System has been introduced in order to facilitate recognition of periods of study taking place in a partner institution (including an institution abroad) by a transfer of credits in the home institution.